Jun 30, 2015

Highway 84 Cleared After Head-On Crash

Highway 84 Cleared After Head-On Crash

State Highway 84 east of Sunol was blocked for nearly two hours Tuesday by a multi-vehicle crash that left a delivery truck on its side, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Jun 30, 2015
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By Kristofer Noceda

Head-On Collision on Highway 84 in Alameda County

State Highway 84 east of Sunol was blocked for nearly two hours Tuesday by a... See Full Gallery

Jun 30, 2015

First Lady Hosts Girl Scout White House Campout

First Lady Hosts Girl Scout White House Campout

Some lucky Girl Scouts got the ultimate camping experience Tuesday: an overnight in tents pitched on the White House South Lawn.

Jun 30, 2015

Giants Fall in Final Game of Injury-Filled Month

Giants Fall in Final Game of Injury-Filled Month

The Giants ended with a record below .500 for June, but with all the injuries that they endured over the month, their play far outweighed the results.

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Historic Black Church in South Carolina Burns Down

Historic Black Church in South Carolina Burns Down

A predominately black church in South Carolina once torched by the Ku Klux Klan caught fire Tuesday night, though authorities said it was too soon to say what caused the latest blaze, which broke out on a night...

Jun 30, 2015

Heat Advisory Continues

Heat Advisory Continues

Hot weather is expected to last for one more day, though we should begin to see an earlier start up of the sea breeze during the afternoon which may drop temps slightly for the coast and inner bay.

Jun 30, 2015

Donald Trump: "I Don't Think It Matters If I'm Nice"

Donald Trump: "I Don't Think It Matters If I'm Nice"

Donald Trump spoke in New Hampshire Tuesday night, just one day after getting dumped by NBC Universal and Univision due to his comments about Mexican immigrants.

Jun 30, 2015

Greece Defaults on IMF Payment as Bailout Expires

Greece Defaults on IMF Payment as Bailout Expires

Greece's economy plunged even deeper into economic turmoil Tuesday after its bailout program expired, forcing it to default on its loan due to the International Monetary Fund, The Associated Press reported.

Jun 30, 2015

Attack of the Leap Second: Sites Crash Tuesday

Attack of the Leap Second: Sites Crash Tuesday

Amazon Web Services (AWS), which provides the Internet infrastructure for major sites like Instagram and Pinterest — and the main Amazon page — crashed for nearly an hour Tuesday, taking several major sites down...

Jun 30, 2015

Crews Battling 50-Acre Brush Fire in Gilroy

Crews Battling 50-Acre Brush Fire in Gilroy

Fire crews late Tuesday were working to contain a brush fire that has charred at least 50 acres in Gilroy.

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Crews Battling 50-Acre Brush Fire in Gilroy

Crews Battling 50-Acre Brush Fire in Gilroy

Fire crews late Tuesday were working to contain a brush fire that has charred at least 50 acres in Gilroy.

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FLEX ALERT: Californians Asked to Conserve Power

FLEX ALERT: Californians Asked to Conserve Power

A Flex Alert has been issued by the agency managing the bulk of California’s energy grid, asking residents to reduce their power use Tuesday and Wednesday as temperatures climb.

Kindergartner's Haircut Leads to Civil Rights Complaint

Kindergartner's Haircut Leads to Civil Rights Complaint

A kindergartner’s fade haircut – a little bit longer on top, buzzed on the sides – has created a federal flap involving claims of racial discrimination, and prompted that little boy to shave his head just so he...

See Paintings Escaped Killer Allegedly Gave to Guard

See Paintings Escaped Killer Allegedly Gave to Guard

The convicted murderer who made headlines for his big escape from an upstate New York prison with a fellow inmate was also, apparently, a noted prison artist. Richard Matt was shot dead last week after he...

Contractor Wants to Join Investigators' Balcony Inspection

Contractor Wants to Join Investigators' Balcony Inspection

A general contractor who was in charge of constructing a balcony that collapsed in California and killed six people sought a court order Tuesday to be present when investigators examine the wreckage.